LIVE Discussion is taking place in Chat! Click here to join and discuss! When: United States: LIVE, Monday Night, March 7, at 8/7c on the USA Network United Kingdom: Tuesday Morning, March 8, at 1AM on SkySportsHD3 Where: Allstate Arena Chicago, IL Raw preview, March 7, 2016: Shane McMahon prepares for the Cell Live in Chicago, Shane McMahon returns to Raw as his high-stakes WrestleMania Hell in a Cell clash with The Undertaker fast approaches. How will WWE’s prodigal son respond to Mr. McMahon’s announcement that he will disown Shane should he lose to The Phenom at The Show of Shows? Also on Raw, Chris Jericho & AJ Styles battle The New Day for the WWE Tag Team Championship! 1. There goes the money? If you’ve been following Shane McMahon on Twitter, you know that he is pulling out all the stops as he trains to face The Undertaker inside Hell in a Cell at WrestleMania. Shane is leaving little to chance as control of Raw — and in essence, WWE — hangs in the balance on April 3. He’s honing his striking attacks with MMA trainer Phil Nurse, building his strength and conditioning with former WBF competitor Jim Quinn, and even getting a refresher course in the art of hardcore from ECW Original Tommy Dreamer. But before Shane-O-Mac graces The Grandest Stage of Them All, he’ll be coming to the Windy City for Raw. Now that his father, Mr. McMahon has publicly proclaimed that Shane’s inheritance is also on the line at WrestleMania, what’s going through the mind of WWE’s prodigal son? Did The Deadman’s cold reminder that Shane’s blood will be on his father’s hands inside Hell in a Cell resonate with The Boy Wonder? Regardless, you won’t want to miss when Shane’s Jordans hit the entrance ramp. 2. New champs rock Sorry, New Day, but based on Chris Jericho & AJ Styles’ hot streak as of late, we could very well see the WWE Tag Team Championship change hands Monday night. Sorry, New Day, but based on Chris Jericho & AJ Styles’ hot streak as of late, we could very well see the WWE Tag Team Championship change hands Monday night. After Y2AJ twice conquered The Power of Positivity in tag action, Styles picked up a singles win over Kofi Kingston on SmackDown, putting the champions in an unenviable position in the lead-up to their title defense. Will the boastful New Day be eating their words — along with their Booty-Os — on Monday night? 3. Will #KOMania take shape? Intercontinental Champion Kevin Owens noted on SmackDown that he doesn’t yet have an opponent to challenge for his title at WrestleMania, and with strong contender Dean Ambrose’s attention pulled in the direction of Triple H’s WWE World Heavyweight Championship, the field seems wide open. After both Dolph Ziggler and The Miz have upped their game and traded swift victoriesin the past week, will we see The Showoff or the bearer of “The Moneymaker” challenge Owens at The Showcase of the Immortals? Might The Prizefighter’s recent adversary Big Show bring their rivalry to The Grandest Stage of Them All? Or will it be a more unorthodox foe, like Stardust? Perhaps WrestleMania’s Intercontinental Title picture will begin to materialize on Raw. 4. Three’s a crowd After Divas Champion Charlotte ended Becky Lynch and Sasha Banks’ No. 1 Contender’s rematch on SmackDown, it was revealed that Ric Flair’s calculating daughter will defend her title against both The Irish Lass Kicker and The Boss in a Triple Threat Match at WrestleMania. No doubt, this turn of events drastically changes Charlotte’s strategy going into The Show of Shows, but it also gives both Becky and Sasha a career-changing opportunity on April 3. What twists await these three Divas on The Road to WrestleMania — and what new obstacles will Charlotte place in the path of her challengers? 5. Is Dean Ambrose the next WWE World Heavyweight Champion? Despite suffering a severe beatdown at the hands of WWE World Heavyweight Champion Triple H last week on Raw, Dean Ambrose is as determined as ever to defeat The Game at WWE Roadblock and carry sports-entertainment’s grandest prize to WrestleMania. But who will The Lunatic Fringe face, his brother Roman Reigns or his scheduled Show of Shows opponent, Brock Lesnar? As Ambrose’s pre-WrestleMania title bout continues to raise questions about what awaits on The Grandest Stage of Them All, expect the unstable Superstar to continue defying Triple H on Raw, no matter the cost. Don’t miss Raw at 8/7 C on USA Network, and be sure to tune in to Raw Pre-Show at 7:30 ET, only on the award-winning WWE Network.